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12 jul to 12 jul 2019

Segovia, Spain

IAMCR post-conference event: Mobile Socialities

The themed post-conference critically examines the bridging concept of mobile socialities across international perspectives, ensuring dialogue on the connections between audience studies, mobilities and mobile communication research. Key questions include:

For more information:

The Audiences Section of IAMCR: Annette Hill, Peter Lunt, Miguel Vicente, Asta Zelenkauskaite


12 jul to 12 jul 2019

Madrid, Spain

The IAMCR 2019 post-conference Communication and Culture Digital Platforms

This IAMCR 2019 post-conference aims to bring together insights from scholars all over the world working on the current presence of the online communication and cultural platforms.

For more information:

Audiovisual Diversity research group, Carlos III University of Madrid (Spain) Laboratoire d’excellence Industries culturelles & création artistique – LabEx ICCA, (France) IAMCR’s Political Economy Section


12 jul to 13 jul 2019

Brighton, UK

The 6th European Conference on Media, Communication & Film (EuroMedia2019)

Conference Theme: "Reclaiming the Future"  The European Conference on Media, Communication & Film 2019 (EuroMedia2019) will be held alongside The European Conference on Arts & Humanities 2019 (ECAH2019). Registration for either conference will allow delegates to attend sessions in the other.

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10 jul to 11 jul 2019

London, UK

Global Conference for Media Freedom

The Global Conference for Media Freedom is part of an international campaign to shine a global spotlight on media freedom and increase the cost to those that are attempting to restrict it. It will bring together global leaders and representatives from the media industry, journalists, civil society and academia.

For more information:

Foreign & Commonwealth Office (The UK and Canadian governments )


8 jul to 17 jul 2019

Tartu, Estonia

The ECREA European Media and Communication Doctoral Summer School 2019

The summer school aims to provide a supportive international setting where doctoral students can present their ongoing work, receive feedback on their PhD-projects from international experts and meet students and academics from other countries, establishing valuable contacts for the future.

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7 jul to 11 jul 2019

Madrid, Spain

IAMCR Madrid 2019

The conference theme in Madrid will be "Communication, Technology and Human Dignity: Disputed Rights, Contested Truths,” and will provide the opportunity for IAMCR members to share a wide range of research and work.  The program of the conference includes over 32 topic areas and working groups, in addition to pre- and post-conference scientific activities, and a wide range of cultural activities.

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6 jul to 6 jul 2019

Madrid, Spain

IAMCR pre-conference event: Comparing Gender and Media Equality Across the Globe

his pre-conference is concerned with the possibilities for doing advanced global-level, research on women and media. We aim to bring together scholars interested in large comparative studies of gender and media such as the Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP), the IWMF newsroom study, the EIGE study on media organizations. Advanced analysis of already existing data will be presented in the first section, then participants will be able to share ideas on how to advance comparative research. There will also be time to learn how to do use of an open access dataset that will be launched at the pre-conference. 

6 jul to 6 jul 2019

Madrid, Spain

IAMCR pre-conference:Freedom of expression in the Post-Truth Era

The International Forum on Communication Law and Ethics / Foro Internacional de Etica y Derecho de la Informacion (FIEDI) is an annual conference devoted to the study of communication from the point of view of Law and Ethics that is organized as a pre-Conference of IAMCR the preeminent worldwide professional organisation in the field of media and communication research.

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6 jul to 6 jul 2019

Madrid, Spain

IAMCR 2019 pre-conference event:Research, Evidence, and Democratic Governance of the Media Sector

This pre-conference, hosted by the Media Development Working Group, invites both scholars and practitioners to explore how researchers can collaborate with other actors to shape media systems for the better. The pre-conference will address two interlocking questions:   • How can we theorize and understand what it means to democratically govern the media sector?     • What is the role of research, evidence, and knowledge in supporting democratic governance of the sector? 

5 jul to 5 jul 2019

Valencia, Spain

IAMCR 2019 Pre-conference Disinformation and political processes: media strategies and audience attitudes

The IAMCR 2019 pre-conference Disinformation and political processes: media strategies and audience attitudes aims to reflect on the concept of misinformation and its multiple dimensions, as well as the strategies and practices developed around them, particularly those linked to political contexts and electoral processes.

5 jul to 5 jul 2019

Valencia, Spain

IAMCR pre-conference event:Network of excellence in Digital Journalism and Media Convergence: Disinformation and political processes: media strategies and audience attitudes

The AIMCR 2019 pre-conference Network of excellence in Digital Journalism and Media Convergence: Disinformation and political processes: media strategies and audience attitudes aims to reflect on the concept of disinformation and its multiple dimensions, as well as the strategies and practices developed around them, particularly those linked to political contexts and electoral processes.


For more information:

Dolors Palau (PhD). Contact: dolors.palau@uv.es Eva Campos (PhD). Contact: eva.campos@hmca.uva.es



5 jul to 5 jul 2019

Madrid, Spain

IAMCR pre-conference: Making Gender Equality in the Media and ICT Visible in the 2030 Agenda

The event has a twofold goal: to discuss what has been accomplished and still needs to be achieved, explored and transformed to foster media gender equality in a digitally transformed environment; and to elaborate a joint statement that will be proposed as an IAMCR-supported collaborative update of Section J from the Beijing Platform for Action, in view of informing the implementation of the Agenda 2030 and related Sustainable development Goals.

4 jul to 6 jul 2019

Rikli Balance Hotel, Lake Bled, Slovenia

The 26th International Public Relations Research Symposium (BledCom)

The main 2019 conference theme is *»Trust and Reputation«*. Trust is a foundation of social (and organizational) order and also serves as the underpinning of healthy relationships, exchanges and transactions. There is a growing concern globally that social and organizational trust is eroding, and that it has become harder for organizations to build and protect relationships with stakeholders many of whom themselves seem to be in conflict. In such a challenging environment, how does/should public relations (re)build trust and reputation to help us function as social beings operating in harmonious societies?

4 jul to 6 jul 2019

Leicester, UK

Borders and Crossings 2019

The study of travel writing allows for a vast diversity of approaches and angles, taking in both the deep past, and the pressing contemporary issues of movement, (im)mobility, borders and their crossings. Borders and Crossings 2019 aims to attract researchers, creative practitioners, travellers and readers, from the broadest possible range of disciplines.

3 jul to 5 jul 2019

Braga, Portugal

Rethinking the press in the digital ecosystem

On the occasion of the centennial of the Diário do Minho regional newspaper, we invite the academic community to reflect on the reconfiguration of the written press in terms of professional, sociopolitical, cultural, economic, technical, ethical and legal issues within the new digital paradigm.

Focused on the scientific area of the Communication Sciences, this interdisciplinary event seeks to stimulate the reflection around the issues and changes that presently constitute a challenge of unprecedented magnitude for printed daily media that, throughout the previous centuries, already had to comply to a series of other vicissitudes (such as socio-political changes, new media competition, technological change, etc.).

For more information:

The Faculty of Philosophy and Social Sciences of the Catholic University of Portugal and the Center for Philosophical and Humanistic Studies



1 jul to 2 jul 2019

Malaga, Spain

The 3rd European Data and Computational Journalism Conference

The 3rd European Data and Computational Journalism Conference aims to bring together industry, practitioners and academics in the fields of journalism and news production and information, data, social and computer sciences, facilitating a multidisciplinary discussion on these topics in order to advance research and practice in the broad area of Data and Computational Journalism.

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1 jul to 2 jul 2019

Florence, Italy

Social Movements and Parties in a Fractured Media Landscape

The symposium invites scholars and other informed observers to present papers discussing how over the last decade, social movements, party movements and other collective actors emerging in the fractured contemporary media landscape have produced knowledge, learn and develop new or overhaul existing participatory cultures and techno-populist identities

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Information, Communication & Society’ (iCS)


29 jun to 3 jul 2019

Barcelona, Spain

Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC)

The 2019 thematic is Computers and Communications on the edge and fog, following new challenges related to smart computing and networking, with big data computing, and communications performance.

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28 jun to 29 jun 2019

Portsmouth, UK

Fan Studies Network 2019 Conference

The seventh annual Conference is taking place in the School of Film, Media and Communication at the University of Portsmouth. Offering a diverse two-day programme.

28 jun to 30 jun 2019

Glasgow, Scotland

The 29th International Screen Studies Conference

The Editors welcome proposals for papers, audiovisual essays and pre-constituted panels on any subject for this year’s conference. We are particularly keen to encourage contributors to a programming strand titled ‘Screen Studies Beyond the Field’, devoted to the themes of interdisciplinarity and impact in the contemporary audiovisual humanities and beyond.